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    MEP Jobs

    What is it with this website? I started once before to post my resume and now when I go back to post another resume under a different resume manager ID it throws an error back to me telling me a resume already exists for the current job position I picked from the drop down box.

    No where do I see anyway to edit a previous Resume or even to delete it.

    Does anyone know of a website to post a HVAC/R Resume too THAT WORKS?

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    happend to me when i tried to update my profile too. make sure your browser is updated per specs or try a different one.
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    Do a net search on how to empty your browser cache. That might help.
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    MepJobs is a good place to job hunt, i found that this site has more quality companies then other sites, i found a damm good job through them, i had tried other sites and had calls from these people who expected me to drive 80 miles to pick up their van, go work eight hours, return their van, and drive back home 80 miles in my personal vehicle. it was a joke. MepJobs is the shiznit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by refer guy View Post
    had calls from these people who expected me to drive 80 miles to pick up their van, go work eight hours, return their van, and drive back home 80 miles in my personal vehicle. it was a joke. MepJobs is the shiznit.
    They must have though you were a Suck-A.

    I like MEP too. never have gotten a job because of there web site, still it is one of the better ones.
    If common sense is so common how come so few of us have it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by refer guy View Post
    MepJobs is the shiznit.
    Now that's a new one on me. Maybe we should post that in our testimonials page!

    As far as editing your resume goes (per the earlier post from BigDick), the other posters are right - make sure your cache is cleared.

    If your resume is older than 12 months, then you can view it - but you can't edit it. It's been archived, which basically means that no one sees it but you. To prevent this from happening, make sure you edit or update your resume at least every 12 months. You should get a reminder email from us a couple of times before we archive the resume.

    Thanks,
    JeffatMEPJobs

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    Quote Originally Posted by JeffatMEPJobs View Post
    Now that's a new one on me. Maybe we should post that in our testimonials page!

    As far as editing your resume goes (per the earlier post from BigDick), the other posters are right - make sure your cache is cleared.

    If your resume is older than 12 months, then you can view it - but you can't edit it. It's been archived, which basically means that no one sees it but you. To prevent this from happening, make sure you edit or update your resume at least every 12 months. You should get a reminder email from us a couple of times before we archive the resume.

    Thanks,
    JeffatMEPJobs
    Senior moment, here - I momentarily forgot that the other, better way to deal with this -after you've signed in, you'll see a navigation bar at the top - if you click on My Resumes, then you'll see a listing of your active and inactive resumes. To 'activate' an inactive resume, just click on the 'activate resume' icon. You can also edit the resume here.

    JeffatMEP Jobs

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